Harvest Inn is in a gorgeous location, on beautiful grounds. Our room was very spacious, with a balcony overlooking the vineyards. A fireplace in the room provided ambience. Soft, plush towels, daily housekeeping.
Except for 10 days of evacuation due to wildfires, I spent the past six months at my home. For a traveler like me, this was more of a challenge than trekking the Himalaya. I chose Harvest Inn as a way to test the travel waters, so to speak, and I was quite pleased. I stayed in a vineyard view room with a spa. This spacious room was separated into two areas by a pony wall: the bed had a view of the vineyard, the living room area had a view of the large lawn and redwoods. The bed area opened to a brick patio with a hot tub, a lounge chair, two sitting chairs and a table. Except for an occasional walker, the patio was private, with a tall wall separating my unit from the one next door. The bathroom had a double sink, separate tub, and shower. It came well equipped with towels to make up for the lack of routine housekeeping during my stay. The trees and the offset of the buildings cushion the rooms from the highway noise. It is difficult to believe the Inn in on the major Napa thoroughfare. There are several “pods” of buildings, each designed to have its own ambience. For example, one has a koi pond. Mine had a large lawn and twisty brick chimneys and support columns. The brick work all over the property is quite artful and worth a stroll to admire. Harvest Inn has chairs set at various places on the property. If you don’t book a vineyard view room, you can still enjoy the views with a glass of wine. The vineyard just outside the vineyard view rooms is used by Whitehall Lane Vineyards. Harvest Inn guests can walk through the vines and admire them, but no picking. The rows and rows of grapes just about ready to be harvested were a delight to walk through. My room came with a complimentary bottle of Whitehall Lane wine. That’s helped me resist the temptation to see what the grapes tasted like! Harvest Inn made many changes to accommodate the COVID protocol. I hope that most of them end up as standard in the future. They have online check-in so that when you arrive, you need only to pick up your key. They eliminated all the paper and magazines in the room. That’s more room to spread out your things! Housekeeping is only by request, which means I can sleep in and not be woken by a knock on the door. Three nights at Harvest Inn rejuvenated me!…
This was a delightful experience for a weekend getaway. The property is spectacular and peaceful. Service was exceptional. The restaurant had exquisite food and the staff was friendly and enjoyable. I will definitely return again.
This is a beautiful Inn located next to a winery. The rooms are very spacious as well as the bathroom. The grounds of the Inn are very serene with sculptures, fountains and sitting areas throughout. Close proximity to the wineries.
We loved the real wood burning fireplace and hardwood floors. The grounds are also stunning. The rooms are kept very clean and you are greeted with a bottle of wine for your stay. The front desk and Inn supervisor leave so much to be desired. They have extremely poor customer service.